Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Pamela Ringham
I have lived in North Carolina for most of my life. I graduated from Davie County High School in 1988. While in college, I did some substitute teaching and spent one summer working at a preschool for students with special needs. I moved to Onslow County in 1998 to be with my grandmother.
I have been married for 11 years and have two grown step-sons and one grandson. My parents and sister (and her husband and my neice and nephew) live in NC and my brother lives in Alabama.
I graduated from Appalachian State University in 1993 with a degree in Special Education-Specific Learning Disabilities. I started a Master's program at UNC-G and completed my degree in Curriculum Instruction Supervision at UNC-W in 2001. In addition, I have teaching certification in Special Education for general and adaptive classes, Elementary Education and Middle Grades Math.
I started teaching in 1993 in Alamance County and moved to Onslow County in 1998. I have taught all grade levels from pre-school through high school seniors. I have worked in Inclusion, resource setting and in separate setting. In Onslow county, I have worked at Swansboro Middle, Northside High, and Clyde Erwin. I am excited to be working with high school students following the extended content standards at Onslow Virtual School this year.